Fushimi Momoyamaryo, the mausoleum of the Emperor Meiji, is on a small hill and surrounded by trees. It is a good place for contemplation.
Very mystic area! Emperor Meiji are enshrined there. Hard to reach there. You have to walk through a long slope or go up a steep stairs. But the scenery from the shrine is just fantastic.
There is nothing to see except a run-of-the-mill Torii gate and some sparsely planted bushes. This is not a "tourist" site so much as one of several places were Emperor Meiji's ashes are enshrined. The tomb of the emperor is off limits to the public...More
"In the evening of September 13, 1912, a gold leaf and lacquer cart hauled by a team of oxen left the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. People were carrying banners, torches and weapons and beating drums and gongs. Just after midnight a special train left Tokyo...More
It's the site of the original Fushimi Castle (thus the picture) which replica is located half a mile from the tomb. It can be seen from a distance. The nearest JR station is Fushimi Momoyama.